Coronavirus Disease COVID 19 News and Research

Latest Coronavirus Disease COVID 19 News and Research

Stanford study reveals immunological deviations and lapses in severe COVID-19 cases

Stanford study reveals immunological deviations and lapses in severe COVID-19 cases

Public health officials are quitting or getting fired in throes of pandemic

Public health officials are quitting or getting fired in throes of pandemic

Study shows how African health services are handling disruptions caused by COVID-19

Study shows how African health services are handling disruptions caused by COVID-19

Research looks at how long SARS-CoV-2 antibodies last

Research looks at how long SARS-CoV-2 antibodies last

Exclusive: Over 900 health workers have died of COVID-19. And the toll is rising

Exclusive: Over 900 health workers have died of COVID-19. And the toll is rising

Study shows how wind instruments vary for risk of virus transmission

Study shows how wind instruments vary for risk of virus transmission

New research on COVID-19 and aging

New research on COVID-19 and aging

Researchers review South Korean health policy towards COVID-19

Researchers review South Korean health policy towards COVID-19

SARS-CoV-2 infection and transmission possible in North American deer mice

SARS-CoV-2 infection and transmission possible in North American deer mice

One-third of children hospitalized with COVID-19 admitted to ICU, study finds

One-third of children hospitalized with COVID-19 admitted to ICU, study finds

Study finds amplification of coronavirus transmission risk along wildlife supply chains

Study finds amplification of coronavirus transmission risk along wildlife supply chains

Persistent hiccups an unusual COVID-19 symptom

Persistent hiccups an unusual COVID-19 symptom

Scientists reveal the best and worst face masks to use for COVID-19 protection

Scientists reveal the best and worst face masks to use for COVID-19 protection

‘An Arm and a Leg’: Financial self-defense school is now in session

‘An Arm and a Leg’: Financial self-defense school is now in session

Novel coronavirus does not directly damage taste bud cells, UGA study shows

Novel coronavirus does not directly damage taste bud cells, UGA study shows

CRISPR-based COVID-19 surveillance

CRISPR-based COVID-19 surveillance

Additional $400,000 awarded for research projects focused on cardiovascular impact of COVID-19

Additional $400,000 awarded for research projects focused on cardiovascular impact of COVID-19

Mouthwashes could lower the transmission of SARS-CoV-2

Mouthwashes could lower the transmission of SARS-CoV-2

Pandemic hampers reopening of joint replacement gold mine

Pandemic hampers reopening of joint replacement gold mine

As crisis grows, farms try to balance health of field workers and food supply

As crisis grows, farms try to balance health of field workers and food supply